Lisa Fay Coutley ’04 (English) says she learned how to dream big at UW-Green Bay. Coutley is an assistant professor of Poetry and Creative Nonfiction at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. She is also a poet, essayist, teacher and editor, and in the past year, was named among UW-Green Bay’s most honored young alumni. More on Coutley.
In its first season in the Global Women’s Basketball Association, the Wisconsin GLO clinched the regular season title. A number of former Phoenix players are on the roster. In Saturday night’s 99-79 win against the Flint Monarchs the GLO remained unbeaten and alumna Jessica Lindstrom ’18 (Elementary Education) had 18 rebounds.
Conner Fritsch earned a GED and will continue his studies at NWTC before transitioning to UW-Green Bay where he hopes to major in Education in hopes of becoming a history teacher. Doorcountydailynews.com has his story:
On Monday, July 22, 2019 at 6 a.m. on the Green Bay campus, all academic buildings, path lights, and street lights will lose power for approximately 15 to 30 minutes while Wisconsin Public Service and UW-Green Bay staff changes the primary electrical service cabling at the University substation. All general electrical receptacles and lighting will lose power during this time. It is recommended that electronics be powered off prior to this outage. Electrical items that are connected to an emergency power system will maintain power once the generator starts and the transfer switch is activated. Residence Life buildings and Shorewood Golf Course will not be affected. Point of Sale devices may be affected, but please verify with Information Technology.
A new performing artist for 2019 Manitowoc Art Slam is Andrew Linskens ’09 (Art). Linskens may be new to Art Slam, but his work is known locally from exhibition at Silver Lake College of the Holy Family. He is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and works and resides in Green Bay. He is the acting art director of NorthCoast Productions.
As an artist, Linskens is strongly influenced by his varied background as a meteorologist, digital media producer and fine artist. His current work is composed of pop-technology inspired assemblage sculptures and beautifully detailed paintings and drawings. He is inspired by live art performance and is one of the founding members of the Art-Hop Collective.
via Manitowoc Art Slam: Urban artist Lukas Bagemehl to paint mural, HeraldTimesReporter.com.
Visiting Door County this July? Three Green Bay Campus Art faculty have work on exhibit for your enjoyment. Minkyu Lee (ceramics and woodworking) and Kristy Deetz (painting) are featured Artists at Idea Gallery in Egg Harbor. An exhibit of Alison Gates’ embroideries is up through July in the Gathering Room at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Door County in Sister Bay. UW-Green Bay Art and Design alumni also have work in the Hardy Gallery Community Mosaic, in Ephraim. For more information, contact the individual venues directly.
The Brown County Historical Society is proud to announce its 2019 Road Rally Fundraiser, Saturday, Aug. 17, 2019 starting at Voyageur Park in De Pere. Teams assemble and adventure on backroads, highways, and city streets throughout Brown County. Teams can compete to win by solving clues, playing games, taking selfies, enjoying scenery and discovering history! UW-Green Bay’s Viking House is among the community partners. Watch this space for more.
He was the first editor of UW-Green Bay’s longstanding campus newspaper, The Fourth Estate, and he was named one of the University’s most distinguished alumni in 1990. Campus learned of the passing of Judge Patrick Madden (’71, Modernization Processes) last week. More on Madden in the UW-Green Bay book, “From the Beginning.”
According to the book, “The opening of the new campus in 1969 was ‘like Christmas’ for Madden and his friends. ‘I’d been in, on or around every one of the foundations and structures of those buildings as they were put up,’ Madden recalled. ‘It was as though we had a stake in every one of them. We’d go out and visit them like they were friends.”
There will be a memorial service held in his honor at the Iron County Courthouse on July 27, beginning at 10:44 a.m. Read Madden’s obituary.
UW-Green Bay representatives, especially those from Green Bay Athletics will be out and about in the community this summer. Watch for them at these fun events:
July 19 – Phoenix Fridays on the Fox
July 24 – Farmers Market on Broadway (3-8 p.m.)
July 31 – Farmers Market on Broadway (3-8 p.m.)
August 3 – Farmers Market (Saturday morning 7 a.m. – Noon)
August 3 – Timber Rattlers Game – 6:35 p.m. start
August 23 – Timber Rattlers Game – 7:05 p.m. start
Congratulations to the branch campus community of Sheboygan, recently named one of the Best Places to Live in Wisconsin. See more.